Playstation Plus Games for November 2016

Playstation Plus Games for November 2016

A new month means one thing and one thing only…OUR FREE GAMES ARE ALMOST HERE! Today the Playstation Plus lineup for November was announced. With two games being released for each of the three current platforms, let’s take a closer look at six games will be playing in November.

First for PlayStation 4 we get:

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

Developed by the Chinese Room and SCE Santa Monica, “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture” has the player exploring in hopes of solving a mystery surrounding a small English village where all of the inhabitants have seemingly up and disappeared.

Deadly Tower of Monsters

A top-down, isometric, twin-stick homage to the classic science fiction films. Developed by ACE Team and published by Atlus, the game follows three famous actors as they shoot, trap, and quip their way through various sci-fi settings.

For PlayStation 3 we get:

Dirt 3

Dirt 3 is the third (duh) entry in the still-running Codemaster’s series. This version introduces “gymkhana” mode to compliment the games more standard race types and is widely regarded as one of the strongest racing games from the previous generation.

Costume Quest

Costume Quest is a throw-back turn-based RPG set in a quiet neighborhood on Halloween. You play the role of a trick-or-treater out snagging goodies with their twin when things suddenly take an evil turn.

Finally for Vita we get:

Letter Quest Remastered

In Letter Quest Remastered, you fight various baddies using the power of words. Think “Boggle” meets “Puzzle Quest” and you’re on the right track!

Pumped BMX +

High flying tricks abound in this trials-like experience brought to us by Curve Digital and YEAH US! Combo moves together to increase your score as you work toward the end of each level.

These games should be available the next time the store updates on November 1st. Let us know in the comments what you think of this month’s offerings!

Chris Webber

I've been playing video games since the age of 2. I enjoy RPG's, sports games, racing games especially, but I appreciate games from all genre's. I have a deep respect for where video games come from, and will always consider the SNES the greatest gaming system ever. I'm excited to see what the future holds for video games and am always looking to learn more about this great industry!